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Old 08-18-2004, 10:13 PM   #1
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New to the site.....
Been Painting since I was born seems like at times.......
And a Buddy of mine has got us our first job. Obvioulsy we have made a few mistakes, but our second job will work out perfect.
The info that Sherwin Williams Paint was NOT wanted wasn't told to me, and I had figured up a bid for the paint I had picked out. So we under bid a few dollars!
I have one question about what all we need to be leaglly OK.
We have Lics. and Ins. But what about Comp?

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Oh yeah here's a pic of the outside of our first job.......
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Old 08-18-2004, 10:27 PM   #2
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Welcome to the board Marvin!

What you need to be legal in the state of Florida is really hard to say. Each county is very different. You need to go up to your local county office and ask.

For Lake county (where I live) you need an Occupation License and a Workmans Compensation exempt form (if self employed) or Workmans Compensation insurance if you have employees.

Check to see whats required in your area though.

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Thanks!
I bielive it is the same here. I was exempt once before.....but I heard it has changed now....in the past 3 years or so.
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Thanks............Very infomative forum. A Billiard Forum I frequent uses the same type board.
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